Metal organic framework-mediated synthesis of highly active and stable Fischer-Tropsch catalysts.

@article{Santos2015MetalOF,
  title={Metal organic framework-mediated synthesis of highly active and stable Fischer-Tropsch catalysts.},
  author={Vera P. Santos and Tim A. Wezendonk and Juan Jos{\'e} Delgado Ja{\'e}n and A Iulian Dugulan and Maxim A. Nasalevich and Husn-Ubayda Islam and Adam Chojecki and Sina Sartipi and Xiaohui Sun and Abrar Ahmad Hakeem and Ard C. J. Koeken and Matthijs Ruitenbeek and Thomas Davidian and Garry R. Meima and Gopinathan Sankar and Freek Kapteijn and Michiel Makkee and Jorge Gasc{\'o}n},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={
          6451
        }
}
Depletion of crude oil resources and environmental concerns have driven a worldwide research on alternative processes for the production of commodity chemicals. Fischer-Tropsch synthesis is a process for flexible production of key chemicals from synthesis gas originating from non-petroleum-based sources. Although the use of iron-based catalysts would be preferred over the widely used cobalt, manufacturing methods that prevent their fast deactivation because of sintering, carbon deposition and… CONTINUE READING
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